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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      cycle: initial support for splitting stream output in time (refs #561) · c599964d
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      Example:
       #cycle{duration=20m,
              dst=std{mux=ts,access=file,dst=sport.ts},   duration=5m},
              dst=std{mux=ts,access=file,dst=weather.ts}, duration=5m}
      
      Skips 20 minutes, then records 5 minutes to sport.ts, then 5 more
      minutes to weather.ts and restarts.
      
      "duration" specifies the duration of the previous phase
      "offset"   specifies the offset at which the previous phase ends
                 and the next phase begins
                 (mutually exclusive with duration)
      "dst"      specifies the stream output chain for the phase
                 (if missing, the phase is skipped/discarded)
      
      Durations and offsets are so far expressed as an integer, optionally
      followed by a unit: w=week, d=day, h=hour, m=minute, s=second. Second
      is the default.
      
      Currently only the decoding time stamp can be used as a reference, but
      adding local or UTC clocks should be relatively easy.
      
      ES synchronization and reference frames management is left for
      further study.
      c599964d
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    • Vikram Fugro's avatar
      Add a GStreamer-based decoder module · 074be88b
      Vikram Fugro authored
      GStreamer is a cross-platform multimedia processing
      framework for audio/video postprocess/capture/
      encode/decode/render.
      
      This module is intended for Audio/Video decoding using
      the available GStreamer plugins present in the system.
      Currently this module supports only video decoding
      and can be extended to audio decoding as well.
      ZeroCopy is currently not supported and must be added.
      
      Codecs currently supported are h264, mpeg4, vp8, mpeg2,
      flashvideo, wmv1/2/3, vc1.
      Signed-off-by: Vikram Fugro's avatarVikram Fugro <vikram.fugro@gmail.com>
      Signed-off-by: Jean-Baptiste Kempf's avatarJean-Baptiste <jb@videolan.org>
      074be88b
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    • Felix Abecassis's avatar
      codec: implementation of Media Foundation Transform audio/video decoding · 2762ab0a
      Felix Abecassis authored
      Media Foundation is a framework for encoding/decoding multimedia
      content on Windows Vista and above. A Media Foundation Transform (MFT)
      is a module implementing an encoder, a decoder or a filter.
      
      MFTs can be enumerated and initialized using the function MFTEnumEx.
      A MFT can be SW or HW, synchronous or asynchronous.
      2762ab0a
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